The House approved legislation on Wednesday that would give the Obama administration 30 days to provide details on how it will deal with a required $109 billion cut to 2013 spending, which the administration must impose under last year’s debt-ceiling agreement.

The bill enjoyed broad support from both parties and passed easily in a 414-2 vote. The two “no” votes came from Democratic Reps. Eliot Engel (N.Y.) and Maurice Hinchey (N.Y.).

Under the sequester, the Office of Management and Budget must by Jan. 2 cut $109 billion from 2013 mandatory and discretionary spending accounts unless Congress provides a different plan.